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The 1947 Stanley Cup Final was a best-of-seven series between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the defending champion Montreal Canadiens. The Maple Leafs would win the series four games to two. This was the first all-Canadian finals in 12 years.
Paths to the finalEdit
Ted Kennedy was the leader with three goals including the Cup winner. Toronto had several new players in its lineup, including Howie Meeker, Bill Barilko and Bill Ezinicki, as Toronto sported the youngest NHL team to win the Cup to that time.
Montreal Canadiens vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
Toronto wins best-of-seven series 4–2.
Toronto Maple Leafs 1947 Stanley Cup championsEdit
1 Walter Turk Broda
- Ed Bickle (President/Owner), William MacBrien (Vice President/Owner)
- Jack Bickell (Director/Owner), John Murdoch (Vice President)
- Conn Smythe (Manager/Owner), Clarence Hap Day (Coach)
- Tim Daly (Trainer), Clifford Keyland (Ass't Trainer)
- Robert Galloway, Horance MacIntyre (Team Doctors)
- George Walker (Chief Scout)
Stanley Cup engraving
†Joe Klukay name was removed by mistake from new version of 1947 Toronto's engraving created in 1957–58. There is more than enough room to add his name. He played in finals and qualified to be on the cup.
When the Replica Cup was created in 1992–93 a new mistake happened. Robert J. Galloway's name was misspelled as P.J. Galloway with "P" instead of a "R". His name is spelled correctly the first 2 times 1947 Toronto members were engraved.
References and notesEdit
- NHL (2000). Total Stanley Cup. Dan Diamond & Associates.
- Podnieks, Andrew; Hockey Hall of Fame (2004). Lord Stanley's Cup. Triumph Books, 12, 50. ISBN 1–55168–261–3
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